Book Review: John Flanagan’s The Sorcerer in the North

Posted November 30, 2010 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews, Middle-Grade

This book came from the library, and I will never give you less than an honest review, no matter its source. I do provide informational and purchase links to make it more convenient for you to access the book. I also receive a percentage of the sale if you use one of my links to buy it. And that's not enough money to be less than truthful *grin*.

Book Review: John Flanagan’s The Sorcerer in the North

The Sorcerer in the North

by John Flanagan

four-stars

Series: Ranger's Apprentice #6

Other books by this author that I've reviewed include The Siege of Macindaw, Erak's Ransom, The Kings of Clonmel, Halt's Peril, The Emperor of Nihon-Ja, The Lost Stories, The Outcasts, Invaders, The Hunters, The Royal Ranger, Slaves of Socorro, Scorpion Mountain, The Tournament at Gorlan, The Ghostfaces.

Genres: Action & Adventure, Fantasy

This Paperback has 304 pages and was published by Penguin on June 25, 2009. Discover more about it at Goodreads. You can also buy it at Amazon

Sixth in the Ranger’s Apprentice action fantasy adventure for middle-grade readers and revolving around Will Treaty (it’s #5 in publication order).

Argh…Flanagan’s done it again! Do not attempt to read this book without The Siege of Macindaw, 7 (6 in publishing order), close at hand!

A great story which makes use of Will’s life-long skills and brings his particular friends into the fray. While demonstrating Will’s skill at judgments, the story creates a nice bit of tension for Will, experiencing the other side of life from his Ranger one and providing yet another catastrophe-in-the-making. Only half of which is resolved before the story stops. Again, argh…


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